THE "ICHIGAN DAILY
WE KNOW IT IS EARLY
FRATERNITY JEWELERS AND STATIONERS
Jewelers, Stationers, Opticians and Fraternity Jewelers
our Spring Oxfords are now in stock. Why
not select just the right width and size now.
You can come in and get them later when
you need them. You may not be able to get
J at the size you require if you wait until the
season opens. A word to the wise is suffi-
cient. Experience teaches. Come in and
see the New English Lasts. We have not
shown them in our window as yet.
THURSDAY NIGHT, MARCH 13
First Appearance Here of the Famous
Presenting by Distinctive Request, \Verdi's Melodious Masterpiece,
207-211 WOODWARD AVENUE, DETROIT
Zbe jforest lawn 1e a IRoom
ORDERS TAKEN FOR BANQUETS
604 Forest Ave. Phone 1238-J
Wagner e" Co,
Sign of the BIt Whit. Shoe
SENIORS LAND FIRST HONORS IN
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Cohn, McNabb and E. S. Cohn, quali-
fied for the finals. Finals-D. Cohn
(1913) first; Craig (1914) second; Mc-
Nabb (1915) third. Time 5 1-5 sec-
440-yard Dash-Haff (1913) first;
Baier (1913) second; Smith (1916)
third. Time 52 2-5 seconds.
880-yard Run-Carver (1914) first;
Ufer (1916) second; Terry (1915)
third. Time 2 minutes, 3 4-5 seconds.
Mile Run-Haimbaugh (1913) first;
This is the same ABORN organization with its alternating casts and
grand orchestra that has extended seasons in New York, Boston,
Chicago, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington and other large
This Noted Organization, Now o Its Fourth Tour of the Country,
will visit only Six Cities in Michigan.
CAST OF PRINCIPAL ARTISTS
The Uymb loom Girl
POWERFUL CHORUS SINGERS and MUSICIANS
SE LE C TE D ORCHESTRA FIN TH E ENSEMBLE
MAGNIFICENT EQUIPMENT OF SCENERY, COSTUMES AND EFFECTS
PRICES: $2.00, $1.50,$ 1.00, 75c, and 50c
MAIL ORDERS with Checks enclosed will be filled NOW.
Regular Seat Sale Begins Tuesday, March 11.
MY LES Announcement
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Bathing, Basket Ball, Gymnasium and Swimming Suits
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The "Gvmbloom Girl" has become famous throughout the country as stand-
ing for perfection iA gymnasium, basketball, bathing and swimming spits. To
the great number who are familiar with the excellent qualities of these suits,
this little talk is not necessary, To those who have not investigated all the claims
we have made for these suits this message is especially intended.
Gymbloom Suits are made under perfect sanitary conditions. They are
carefully made, by expert tailors, according to your own individual measure-
ments. Why do we emphasize individual measurements? Because in the various
trying positions necessary in the best athletic exercises the body must have the
most perfect freedom. Gvmbloom suits are sold all over the United States.
Write for more detailed information than it is possible for us to give in this
small space. All inquiries receive prompt and careful attention.
"Gymbloom. Sits are Made on onor
ROBERT & ROBERT
in a "Dog Drama" in which a
wonderful Canine plays the
leading role. T h e most re-
markable act on the American
King of Equilibrists
Among other daring feats, he
balances himself on top of a
15-foot pole without support.
SINGING, DANCING, TALKING
BROWN & BARROWS
Two well known stars of Mus-
ical Comedy in a clever skit,
full of good things to laugh at.
A funny Comedian---Pretty Cirl
DeNoyer & Banie
Crazy Doings, Eccentric Danc-
ing. "No Sense to the Thing"
Extra added Attraction
LeRoy, Harvey & Co.
in a comedy of Western Life
"Rained In." Special Scenery
Our Exclusive Feature
Motion Pictures of Current
Events all over the World.
FOREIGNERS IN UNIVERSITY
Buy your Spring Suit early and get first choice.
Our new Spring Woolens of the coming Season are
exclusive and will not be duplicated.
F. A. MYLES, 607 E. Williams St.
C. M. Smith (1913) second; Brown
(1914) third. Time 4 minutes, 27 2-5
March 11.-Fresh engineer dance at the
Union, 8:30 o'clock.
March 11.-Soph engineer dinner at
March 12.-Juniorlit dinner.
March 13.-Membership dinner at the
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society having a membership of 25,000,
scattered among the great universities
of the world. It has been proposed
that the club may do well to affiliate
with either the Michigan Union or the
University Y. M. C. A., but the mem-
bers feel that the club has a special
mission to accomplish, and further
that funds may now be raised from
sources which could not be appealed
The School of Shorthand, 711 N. Uni-
versity Ave., has just started an even-
ing class. Better enroll in this class if
you cannot attend any of the day class-
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number of men will be provided, as
Michigan is rapidly forging ahead as
the greatest Cosmopolitan university
First Clubhouse of Kind.
The Corda-Fratres Association of
Cosmopolitan clubs is especially in-
terested in the project of the local
club, and if the Michigan clubhouse is
a success, similar houses will prob-
ably be erected at all of the large
universities in America, and perhaps
throughout Europe. Michigan will be
the first to attempt fa clubhouse for
all foreign students, and officials of
the Corda-Fratres are emphatic in
their approval and support of the
The Corda-Fratres Cosmopolitan,
club is a chapter of an international
The regular March class in short-
hand and typewriting will begin Mon-
day, March 17. For full particulars
call at the School of Shorthand, 711 N.
University Ave. 110-116
There's a Reason Why
709 Nor University Ave,
112 W. Huron St.
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Regular Meals 25c
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We didn't believe it possible in 1912-but our range of designs for 1913 for COLLEG
and SCHOOL PORTRAITS-well just come and see for yourself.
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Make Appointments for Sittings.
619 E. Liberty St.
to anyone proposing the best name for the new ice cream parlors to be opened in the